4.5 based on 343 reviews
Wonderful beach to swim if you prefer the mild waves of the bay. Paved parking, daily fee on season. Bathroom facilities.
Small sandy beach, west facing for beautiful sunsets. Sadly, like many bay beaches, grass is fast encroaching on the available beach area, so the future is in question.
4.5 based on 317 reviews
Popular replica of an Indian settlement.
The visitor centre is bright and modern, the staff are knowledgeable and helpful. The exhibits inside and out are interesting. The marsh trail is a scenic beauty. It is an easy walk and about half way there is a viewing area which gives you an outstanding view of the marshlands and the ocean. A really pleasant way to spend a couple of hours.
5 based on 127 reviews
Museum, Education, Lectures, and more! Founded in 2002, the Chatham Marconi Maritime Center sits on the 11.3-acre, 10-building campus which comprised the former Marconi/RCA Wireless Receiving Station, once the busiest ship-to-shore station on the East Coast and a significant military installation (during World War II). The Operations Building now houses the Marconi/RCA Wireless Museum offering interactive exhibits tracing the story of wireless communication in Chatham from its formative days with Marconi, through the 20th Century. The recently renovated campus residence, also once known as the Hotel Nautilus, is the Education Center with additional space for administrative offices, classes, and lectures. CMMC began working on STEM classes in 2008 and launched a major education initiative in 2011 when it partnered with the Public Schools of Chatham and Harwich, MA (now the Monomoy Regional School District), and the MIT Club of Cape Cod to develop curriculum and teacher training materials in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The specific focus of the program is on the subject areas of Communications Engineering and Design. These fields are two of the subtopics in the MA Science and Technology/Engineering Curriculum Frameworks. They also coincide with the mission of CMMC and our emphasis on wireless communications. Finally, we live in the "information age." Innovations are occurring on a daily basis and the products that reach the marketplace are having a profound effect upon society. Our implementation plan includes active roles for both professionals and volunteers in K-12 classrooms throughout Cape Cod. We also offer a wide array of classes and workshops in the summer, a winter science camp, after school programs, and professional development for teachers. To see a complete list of our courses and a preview of our museum offerings, visit our website.
This small but informative museum is packed with a number of displays of historical events in the early history of radio telegraphy in the 20th century all tied in to the Cape Cod and Chatham area. The museum personnel were very helpful and friendly as well. a lot of hands on aspects to the displays.
4.5 based on 589 reviews
You have to walk many stairs to get down to the beach. Tide was low, so there was a lot of Beach. But the wind was blowing causing the surf to rise. Not really cold for an October. The kids from the local high school or having their gym class there. I think they were running one of the trails. My first stop of several beaches. There is the lighthouse there.
4.5 based on 502 reviews
A great beach to hike, relax and soak up the natural beauty of the Cape Cod National Seashore.
Stopped here for the day to soak up the sunshine. Nice beach, we got the bonus of watching seals near the shore looking for food. Everyone was taking pictures and watching the seals. Pretty cool.
4.5 based on 128 reviews
A scenic and historic walking trail managed by the Cape Cod National Seashore.
Fort Hill is a perfect place for a long and leisurely walk with wonderful ocean and marsh scenery everywhere you look. The walking paths wind up, down and across meadows that slope down from the Hill towards the marshes And the bay, with the National Seashore dunes in the distance. A wonderful place for a picnic, or for an artist or photographer.
4.5 based on 149 reviews
This is one of our favorite beaches on the Cape. It is usually crowded however there always is room amongst the crowd to set up a chair or two. The snack bar at the beach serves excellent food. It is near where we stay so it is accessible for us. I appreciate you can drop off your beach items in the parking lot and then walk back to the beach from our Inn. We came one nigh around dusk to see the full moon. At this time you can park in the parking lot closest to the beach without cost.
5 based on 509 reviews
Over 40,000 beautiful acres of protected beach and dunes, stretching from Chatham to Provincetown.
We really enjoyed visiting the Cape Cod National Seashore park. The whole area is a wonderful haven for wildlife, and the beaches are beautiful and unspoilt. We visited the Salt Ponds Visitors Center, and also several beaches so we had a really great time.
4.5 based on 194 reviews
Absolutely breathtaking at sunset and it is a real community event! Everyone comes to see the nature show! Best beach to avoid the ocean infested with sharks!
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